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    Softchalkwebinar2 Softchalkwebinar2 Presentation Transcript

    • So What Are the Differences WhenGoing Online for Faculty Development? By Dr. James May
    • If we teach today as we taught yesterday, werob our children of tomorrow. John Dewey
    • Faculty Development @ ValenciaLast year we…• certified 71 new digital professors• offered over 350 courses to more than 1000 faculty• offered face to face, hybrid, and online courses with approx. 70% of the courses taught online
    • Is Faculty Development Different?Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learner Domains• Cognitive: mental skills (Knowledge)• Affective: growth in feelings or emotional areas (Attitude)• Psychomotor: manual or physical skills (Skills)
    • Research suggests that…Teachers teach as they were taught, not as theywere taught to teach (Ball, 1990; Britzman, 1991; Goodlad 1982; Lortie, 1975).
    • Why Develop Faculty Online?We can…• Model the model• Create asynchronous communities of practice• Allow faculty to experience the “Student Experience”• Allow faculty to develop and vet products to be used in class with students
    • Model the ModelWhy Model the Model?• Screen Casting• The CASE Model• Embedded Asynchronous Sharing
    • Asynchronous Communities of PracticeEAP Shared Space
    • The “Student Experience”• See what doesn’t work• See what works well• See examples of universal design• Understand the need for text, video, & Audio• Understand the power of pictures
    • Vetting ProductsPeer to Peer feedbackIdea crashingHalf baked ideas
    • End